The research effort here in Oak Ridge bears in some measure on almost every phase of the country's atomic energy program. For the laboratory here—unlike the national laboratories at Argonne, Brookhaven, Berkeley, Ames, and Los Alamos—has no single primary function but has many different areas in which it contributes, with about equal emphasis, to the development of atomic energy technology.

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